As I was on one of my never-ending quests to find new and interesting brands, I came across Aquatico Watch. They have several cool models but the ones I liked most was their Nautilus II diver. Long story short, I was able to get one from them to review and I was pretty happy with what I saw. The Dial The dial on the Aquatico is clean and simple, as a dive watch should be.
ORIS is announcing six watches at Baselworld for 2019, but of those six, this one really captures my attention. This is the ORIS CLEAN OCEAN LIMITED EDITION, a part of ORIS’s campaign to clean up the the world’s oceans.
When the first Breitling Superocean models were launched in 1957, they cemented Breitling’s place in history in the diver’s watch market. These 1957 watches were exceptional performers, and came to typify Breitling design language
As our longtime readers are aware, WWR’s mission is all about covering the great affordable watches that are out there. In that arena, there are brands that immediately come to mind, and then there are others that are dismissed over overlooked.
If you recall, last year I went hands- (and feet-) on with a newer footwear brand out of Texas, Helm Boots . Warmer weather is approaching, so we we start thinking about changing out straps on our watches. In the same way, perhaps the pair of boots you’ve been kicking around in the salt and slush need to be swapped out for something fresh for spring
Breitling has just announced the reissue of a classic chronograph that define an entire genre of watches.
Just a few days ago, Hemel launched a new version of it’s HFT20 series, the Hemel HFT20 Night Ops. On the surface, it looks like the watch was just hit with a coat of paint (as compared to prior models), but there’s a bit more to it than that.
The Rado Captain Cook lineup first hit the scene in 1962, and was produced for six years. Then, it took a sizable nap until the brand brought it back in 2017
Armitron is likely a brand most folks don’t pay too much attention to, at least, those who read watch blogs. Right or wrong, it’s just not a brand that attracts attention. That said, they have such a varied catalog it would be all but impossible to find a watch that fits your tastes
One of the complaints folks have had against Shinola, in the past, has been that they “only” make quartz-driven watches. There have been a few forays into automatics ( seen here ), but by and large, they’ve stuck with their Detroit-assembled Ronda movements. Well, we’re now six years down the road from when we were first introduced to the Shinola Runwell, and now, there’s a version with the automatic movement coming available.